Established well before he even arrived to On The Rise Radio and On The Rise Magazine by way of Planet Earth, Dear Trap Jesus is the alter ego of On The Rise Media’s Co-Ceo , Rafael “Jesus” Cooper. He’s also an artist, manager, promoter, and talent coach. Yes, that’s right. These days it’s a rarity to find a new artist or talent with music capable of creating its own genre in this saturated industry, But he specializes in being unique and not cut from anyone else’s cloth. Record labels are constantly on the prowl for the next new phenomenon with the energy to captivate millions while also wielding the means to consistently dropping Good music of substance…If by good music you mean hit records, then look no further than Atlanta’s newest addition to its roster of hitmakers, RalfDaPlug aka King Coopa aka Dear Trap Jesus. Brewing up a storm with his Metro produced debut single, “Chuck Dueces,” He is on the way to making Coopa a household name throughout the nation as well as On The Rise Magazine.
Hailing from SouthWest Atlanta (Campbellton Road, Zone 4 to be exact), Dear Trap Jesus looks exactly like what he is…A superstar. His long mane becoming one of his most noticiable charatistics, he’s Jesus in the coming of today for the ON THE RISE community. Having worked with great grammy nominated people such as Seth Firkins, or even grammy winners such as Emanual Seal, The result of years of hard work and dedication are definitely paying off as you can clearly hear through his unique and universal sound and project planning matched by few in the industry. “I have to do this for the people…I have to express what we go through on a daily basis. If you’ve never had to struggle, then maybe you can’t relate to what I’m saying, but you can still kick back and hear where I’m coming from…” ~ Coopa Having been in the entertainment industry for over 8 years as a party promoter and marketing executive working on various projects for other Atlanta artists, he gained the experience and connections necessary to begin working on On The Rise Magazine’s “The Smoking Section” and overall On The Rise media. A former student of world-renowned Westlake High School in Atlanta, GA, he credits his blessings to his SW Atlanta upbringing, quoted as saying “bringing it back to the roots is the only way to grow…Thank God for Campbellton”
Dear Trap Jesus